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Release Notes v2.3.12

  • BOM import: allow to import entries without designators
  • BOM part matching improved (suggestions and data editing)
  • Project > Pricing & Availability: calculate production cost
  • Reserved inventory is now coloured in blue
  • Workspace settings: enforce quote selection and only use preferred suppliers is now checked by default
  • Table rows numbering (used in Project tables) - Item # column removed
  • Part details: show Usage for in-house Parts (previously only on outsourced Parts)
  • Purchasing: data can now be grouped by Supplier
  • [fix] Sorting parts by value
  • [fix] Attrition quantity formula
  • [fix] Table header scrollbar padding (failed to detect scrolling)
  • [fix] Table minimum width when visible columns change
  • [fix] Issues table jumping selection
  • [fix] Copy cell
  • Several other small fixes and UI improvements

BOMs: Part Matching

When importing a BOM along with additional data so Parts can be matched, you'll get a warning when no parts were matched and suggestions of parts to be assigned if more than one were matched.

You can also double check the data used for parts data matching and even edit it.

Purchasing and Production Cost

Previously, the estimated cost presented on the Projects > Pricing & Availability table considered only the Purchasing costs. This way, if purchasing criteria was set to if needed, the estimated cost would represent only the units that needed to be purchased which makes it hard to estimate the overall production cost.

From now on, the production cost is calculated taking into account each part's Unit Cost, in case those parts don't need to be purchased (i.e. they exist in your inventory already) or the price of the selected Quote, and corresponding quantities. When looking up the Unit Cost, if it's not available, the Order Price will be used instead if available, and vice-versa. The production cost is the sum of the purchasing cost and your inventory cost (the Unit Cost of each part available in your inventory multiplied by the required quantity)